YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE A PHYSICAL FLOWER. THIS IS A PATTERN TO GUIDE YOU TO CROCHET THE HYDRANGEA SUCCESSFULLY.
An easy hydrangea pattern. Turn your crochet hydrangea flower into a cute little bunny digging for treasure! Get creative with your own take on hydrangea colors. I had so much fun creating this little arrangement and I know you will too 🥰
- Scheepjes (Maxi Sugar Rush) You can also use any size 10 crochet thread
*Forest Green (for the leaves)
🌺 Other Materials 🌺
•Green floral tape
•18 and 24 gauge wires
•1.25 crochet needle
•Glue/ Glue gun
•Vase filler (I used moss)
*Light green floral tape
What you get
❤️ PDf file with lots of step-by-step, high-quality images to follow along.
❤️ Printer-friendly version without images to save on ink.
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YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE A PHYSICAL FLOWER.
Hydrangea Fun Facts
With regular changing of the water, cut Hydrangeas can last up to 10 days!
Here’s a little fun tale: According to Japanese legend, a Japanese emperor once gifted a woman he loved with hydrangeas because he was neglecting her in favor of business affairs. Because of this story, hydrangeas are said to represent heartfelt emotions, gratitude, and understanding.
Hydrangea leaves are poisonous as the leaves release cyanide. However, the Hydrangea species “Serrata” have been used by Buddhists as a sweet tea as part of a cleansing ritual. The tea is said to help treat autoimmune disorders as well as malaria, kidney stones, and enlarged prostate.
Did you know that January 5th is Hydrangea Day?
Hydrangea is of Greek descent. "Hydor" means water and "angos" means jar or vessel. Explaining why hydrangeas need lots of water to survive.
Hydrangeas have different meanings according to color: Pink represents love and sincerity, Blue represents forgiveness, White represents boasting or bragging, and Purple represents abundance and understanding.
Hydrangeas do not have petals! The beautiful part of the flower that we see as petals are actually sepals or modified leaves to protect the florets.
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